Best Kids' Books About Recycling And Green Living [53]

Top 10 Recycling And Green Living Books

    Ada's Violin
    5.7
    01
    Ada's Violin
    Written by Susan Hood & illustrated by Sally Wern Comport
    What Grew in Larry's Garden
    5.7
    02
    What Grew in Larry's Garden
    Written by Laura Alary & illustrated by Kass Reich
    Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt
    5.5
    03
    Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt
    Written by Kate Messner & illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal
    The Night Gardener
    5.5
    04
    The Night Gardener
    Written and illustrated by Terry Fan and Eric Fan
    Heal the Earth
    5.4
    05
    Heal the Earth
    Written by Julian Lennon and Bart Davis & illustrated by Smiljana Coh
    Don't Throw That Away!
    5.3
    06
    Don't Throw That Away!
    Written by Lara Bergen & illustrated by Betsy Snyder
    The Girl Who Spoke to the Moon: A Story about Friendship and Loving Our Earth
    5.0
    07
    The Girl Who Spoke to the Moon: A Story about Friendship and Loving Our Earth
    Written by Land Wilson & illustrated by Sue Cornelison
    Michael Recycle
    5.0
    08
    Michael Recycle
    Written by Ellie Bethel & illustrated by Alexandra Colombo
    I Can Save the Earth!
    5.0
    09
    I Can Save the Earth!
    Written by Alison Inches & illustrated by Viviana Garofoli
    The Dumpster Diver
    5.0
    10
    The Dumpster Diver
    Written by Janet S. Wong & illustrated by David Roberts
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5.0
I Love the Earth
4.8
Mr. Posey's New Glasses
4.5
Touch the Earth
4.3
The Wrench
3.8
shoppingneeds vs wants
What Do They Do with All That Poo?
2.0
The Year of the Garden
Violet and the Eggplant Painting Problem
Lucy and the Dragonfly
What a Waste
Green Machine
The Vanderbeekers and the Hidden Garden
The House of Grass and Sky
Iqbal and His Ingenious Idea: How a Science Project Helps One Family and the Planet
Deep Into the Amazon Jungle
City Green
The Green Giant
One Earth
The Three R's
Pete Moss and the Super Strong Spinach
Harlem Grown: How One Big Idea Transformed a Neighborhood
5.0
Thank You, Earth
5.0
Aaalligator!
4.6
Love the World
4.0
Emeraldalicious
3.0
The Vegetable Museum
Leaf Man
The Mess That We Made
Under Threat
Luz Sees the Light
Dessert Island
Lobstah Gahden: Speak Out Against Pollution with a Wicked Awesome Boston Accent!
Secret Kingdom: NEK Chand, a Changing India, and a Hidden World of Art
One Little Bag: An Amazing Journey
The Water Lady: How Darlene Arviso Helps a Thirsty Navajo Nation
The Blue Giant
Rainbow Weaver / Tejedora del Arcoíris
Eco Babies Wear Green
Big Red and the Terrible Tomato Hornworm